Southeastern Biomedical Associates is owned and operated by Greg Johnson and Boyd Campbell, a unique team of dedicated professionals with more than a half-century of combined hands-on technical and management experience and a commitment to the success of every customer.
Greg Johnson, CBET, CHFM
Greg has more than 28 years of experience in healthcare technology management and is a co-founder of Southeastern Biomedical. He is a Certified Biomedical Technician as well as a Certified Health Facility Manager as designated by the American Hospital Association. Previously, Greg spent over 20 years in hospitals and health systems of various sizes, beginning as an entry level BMET and proceeding to the administrative director level with management responsibilities over multiple departments. In 2012, He was privileged to receive the designation of Honorary Member of the North Carolina Biomedical Association. Still an active member, Greg has served the NCBA on the Board as a Director for over 10 years and is a past President, a two-term Treasurer, Hotel Coordinator for multiple years and has held other Board appointed positions. Embracing the spirit of giving back to those in need, Greg has travelled to Europe on four occasions, volunteering biomedical expertise to multiple hospitals and clinics in Pristina and surrounding cities within Kosovo.
Boyd Campbell, CBET, CRES
Boyd has more than 25 years of experience in the biomedical field and is co-founder of Southeastern Biomedical. Boyd posesses biomedical experience of multiple capacities, from technical to managerial. He holds dual certifications as both a Certified Biomedical Technician and a Certified Radiology Equipment Specialist. He is an active member of the North Carolina Biomedical Association and is a two-time past president of the organization. He also has held the offices of Vice President, Vendor Coordinator, and Newsletter Editor. In 2012, Boyd received honorary membership status from the North Carolina Biomedical Association for his many years of dedicated service. Boyd has also assisted numerous biomedical organizations by providing training and education not only in the United States but also abroad as well in conjunction with such organizations as the World Health Organization. Over the years, Boyd has been published and featured in many industry magazines and newsletters on topics from education to recognition of his contributions to the biomedical field In addition, he has assisted hospitals by travelling to India and Africa on multiple occasions to perform biomedical duties in underprivileged countries. He brings to Southeastern Biomedical a strong technical background with expertise in diverse apects of the biomedical field.